Body Lines by Camille Gage and Lisa Brimmer
Body Lines is a poetry/public art collaboration by Camille Camille J. Gage and Lisa Marie Brimmer. Poem by Lisa, inspired by Amiri Baraka. Temporary tattoo deconstruction by Camille. This poem was written and deconstructed via temporary tattoos in Minneapolis in August, 2015.
The Nibi (Water) Walks are Indigenous-led, extended ceremonies to pray for the water. Every step is taken in prayer and gratitude for water, our life giving force.
Made Here showcases Minnesota’s wealth of artistic talent to activate the vibrant downtown Minneapolis Cultural District. From locally created visual displays in vacant storefronts, to pop-up parks and art galleries and live performances in commercial spaces, the rich diversity of the Twin Cities’ cultural community is front and center for all to share.
Form + Content Gallery
is an artist's cooperative in Minneapolis, MN. Form + Content Gallery aims to nurture diverse artistic practice and link personal expression to broader social contexts
Traffic Zone Center for Visual Art
is an artist's cooperative studio building in the North Loop neighborhood of downtown Minneapolis.
Friends since we were pups. First person I ever made music with. We go back, and then back some more. Recently made a wonderful CD, Don't Tell.
I AM WATER
I AM WATER is Camille Gage's ongoing public art project created to invite communities to learn more about the challenges facing the Earth’s freshwater. It’s also a plea for people:
To send a prayer or wish to the water
To act mindfully on its behalf
To spread the word to others
Learn more about how to participate - online or at home - at the link.
10 Years + Counting
is an artist-led initiative which hopes to encourage creative responses to the 10 year anniversary of our nation at war. This anniversary will occur on October 7, 2011. CREATE. Start Now.
On The Commons
On the Commons, is a strategy center founded on the belief that it is possible to remember, imagine, and create a society that goes beyond the constructs and confines of individual ownership. To work on the commons is to work to enliven the deep and ancient memory we all hold of egalitarian and reciprocal relationship, of belonging, of authentic community, and of love, wonder, and respect for the natural world.